S3 Sports Days

All pupils who are wishing to participate in the S3 Sports days on Thursday 24 May must hand their sheets in by Wednesday 23 May.

All pupils must come to school in their uniform as the event may be cancelled due to weather.

Pupils are to report to the P.E department after registration.

Extra-Curricular Clubs

All the extra curricular clubs at Preston Lodge are back up and running.

The clubs will run until the last week of school when the activities week will start. The clubs are:

Mon (3.45-5.00): S1-S3 Football & Golf

Tues (3.45-5.00): Muay Thai & Dance

Wed (3.45-5.00); Rugby

Thurs (3.45-5.00): Girls on the Go, Racquet’s Club & Gymnastics (Starting 7 June)

Fri (Afternoon): Surfing & Kayaking

These are fun clubs that will be non-competitive and a good way to get fit in an Olympic year. The rugby club will be participating in competitions so we need more players to turn up.

East Lothian Golf League Champions

 Preston Lodge High School had a reputation to uphold for the 2012 season of East Lothian School Golf. We had won the previous three league titles without being beaten at all. Our captain this year was Fraser Johnston and led the team out as top ranked player for each match. We started off with a very strong victory, 6 matches to nil against Ross High, although this proved to be a false start as Ross High eventually dropped out of the league so the results were not included. Even though we eventually lost our first school match to a spirited Dunbar Grammar, victories against Musselburgh and North Berwick put us 1 point behind Musselburgh with one match to go. Fraser again led the team out against Knox Academy and with the pressure on to secure as many individual match wins as possible the boys eventually ran out 5-1 winners, and with the bonus 2 points for a win coupled with a Dunbar victory against Musselburgh, Preston Lodge secured a fourth straight title! This is an excellent result for the school as the pressure to perform each year grows. A big thank you goes out to the squad of players, Fraser Johnston, Calum Wilson, Cameron Simpson, Craig Cunningham, Ryan Clark, Marc Reid, Lewis Berg, Alistair Stewart and Jay Cochrane.

Extra-Curricular clubs in Term 3

In Term 3 Active Schools are offering new exciting club for the pupils of Preston Lodge. We have new opportunities to try new sports as well as some of our core sports that we play throughout the school year.

The sports we have to offer are:

Running Club,Football, Dance, Basketball & Rugby.

New Opportunities are:

Muay Thai, Golf, Girls on the Go, Tennis, Surfing & Kayaking

These opportunities are for pupils to experience sport in Prestonpans and out with in East Lothian. If you are interested about any of these clubs that will be running in Term 3 please come and see Mr Bennion in the P.E Department.

These opportunities will be in a fun relaxed atmosphere and is the perfect way to get some fun fitness and exercise.

Sports Personality 2012

Preston Lodge High School held their annual Sports Personality of the Year Awards on Thursday 22 March 2012.

The night was held to celebrate the success of our teams and individual sports stars throughout the last academic year.

On the evening we had Gillian Cooke, Word Champion at Bobsleigh. she gave a short speech on her career and answered questions from pupils on her sporting experiences.

As well as this we had Player of the Year and Most Improved Player of the Year for our teams. The winners are as follows:

Rugby Awards

Rugby S1 Most Improved Player of the Year: Jack Leslie   

Rugby S1 Player of the Year: Angus Hillhouse

Rugby S2 Most Improved Player of the Year: Andrew Brunton

Rugby S2 Player of the Year: Taylor McDonald

Rugby S3 Most Improved Player of the Year: Ben Fyffe

Rugby S3 Player of the Year: Lewis Berg

Badminton Awards

Badminton Most Improved Player of the Year: Mark Gibson

Badminton Player of the Year: Shona Bell

Basketball Awards

Basketball Most Improved Player of the Year: Martin Lord

Basketball Player of the Year: Daniel Laing

Hockey Awards

S1 Hockey Most Improved Player of the Year: Jenny Gibson

S1 Hockey Player of the Year: Millie Fleming

S2 Most Improved Player of the Year: Megan Collins

S2 Player of the Year: Shelby Garrity

S3 Most Improved Player of the Year: Kirsty O’Brien

S3 Player of the Year: Abbie Robertson

Football Awards

Girls Football Most Improved Player of the Year: Lauren Donaldson

Girls Football Player of the Year: Jennifer Currie

S2 Most Improved Player of the Year: Gary Bruce

S2 Player of the Year: Liam Currie

U-16s Most Improved Player of the Year: Robbie Menzies

U-16s Player of the Year: Liam Henderson

Senior Player of the Year: Ben Stewart

Congratulations to all the winners on the evening. Also a big Thank you to all the coaches, volunteers and parents who have supported extra-curricular sport at Preston Lodge High School over the last year.

We are always looking for new coaches and volunteers. if you are interested please contact Graeme Bennion, Active Schools Coordinator at Preston Lodge High School on gbennion@elcschool.org.uk or on the school telephone number 01875 811 170

Sports Personality 2012- Thursday 22 March

Preston Lodge High School annual Sports Personality will be held in the school assembly starting at 7.00pm on Thursday 22 March.

The event is to promote the success of our school teams and individuals throughout 2011-2012. We have had a lot of sporting success throughout the last few years and this has continued in 2011-2012.

On the evening their will be awards for ‘Player of the Year’ and ‘Most Improved Player of the Year’ awarded to the school teams.

As well as this we will have a guest speaker, Charline Joiner who achieved a Silver Medal in the Team Sprint for cycling at the Commonwealth Games in Dehli 2011.

We will also have some fundraisers on the evning such as ‘Irish Bingo’ and a raffle with prizes such as:

Tickets to a Hearts Match, Meal For 2 at the Marine Hotel, Round of Golf for 4 at Haddington, Round of Golf for 4 at Craigelaw, Raceland experience for two.

All the procceeds from the evening will go to running the Sports Personality evening in 2013 as well as extra-curricular sport.

Senior Girls Football team in the national press



Preston Lodge reach Shield last eight

Published on Tuesday 10 January 2012 02:20

FOOTBALL: Preston Lodge High School became the first side to reach the quarter-finals of the girls’ Lloyds TSB Scotland Senior Shield following a close game against Boroughmuir High School.


Playing away from home, the East Lothian side beat their Edinburgh rivals 1-0, thanks to a goal from Emmelie Young and some great saves from goalkeeper Jennifer Currie.

In the last eight, Preston Lodge have again been drawn away and will face the winners of the match between St Mungo’s High School and Musselburgh Grammar.

In the girls’ Under-15 Shield, St Ninian’s High School, Giffnock, have also made it through to the quarter-finals following a 3-0 win over Kilwinning Academy.

With a couple of second-round matches still to be completed, St Ninian’s next tie will be at home against Wallace High School, Braes High School or Galashiels Academy.

Preston Lodge team: Jennifer Currie, Lauren Donaldson, Katie Cochrane, Cara Ross, Chloe Connachan, Ashild Nordbotten, Anna-Marie Tolk, Amie-Jayne Russell, Kirsty Edwards, Rebecca McArthur, Emmelie Young, Brooke Armstrong, Hannah Bruce, Caitlin McCaig.


Extra-Curricular Clubs

Attention All pupils. Are you looking to get involved in sport & physical activity? Are you trying to get fit? Well……

The Active Schools Extra-Curricular programme at Preston Lodge has started back. This week Rugby and Trampoline with be running as well as football, rugby and hockey matches at the weekend.

Week Beginning 16 January 2012 all clubs will resume as normal with training and games being played.

Also on Monday 16 January a ‘Girls on the Go’ club will begin. We are looking for girls to sign up for this and be involved in the club that will be a fun and light hearted club that all girls can attend to get fit in a fun relaxed way.

Please come and see Mr Bennion if you are interested in any clubs at Preston Lodge High School.